The William Grant Still Arts Center is a community arts facility of City of LA Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) offering exhibits, music and art education & a place for the neighborhood to come together. Established 1977.
WILLIAM GRANT STILL ARTS CENTER PRESENTS A Master Class Doll Making Work Shop with Artist Pat Shivers
Saturday, February 9, 2019 1 PM – 4 PM (STARTS AND ENDS PROMPTLY)
As part of the 38th Annual Black Doll Show “Double Dutch: A celebration of Black Girlhood.” Join us for a rare Master Class. Make a “Raggnation” style doll with acclaimed Doll Artist Pat Shivers. Register on the day of the workshop. $30 materials fee per doll. First come first serve. Limited 20 spaces. Participants should have some experience.
Published Doll Artist Extraordinaire Pat Shivers Taylor started designing dolls at age nine and also delighted in making clothes for herself as well as her dolls. A native of Rockford, Illinois, Pat grew up in Southern California and has remained ever since. Pat is a doll maker, hair designer, seamstress, and entrepreneur. Pat created her own line of custom-made dolls — the Raggnation Doll Collection. Her dolls have been exhibited nationally in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago. She has won widespread acclaim for her dolls in film festivals, marketplaces, and exhibitions. Pat and her dolls have also been featured on radio and television.